Saida

[n] - the main city of ancient Phoenicia
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Saida

[James Bond] A view of the Golden Gate bridge from the Marin Headlands. By Michael Connor from http://www.connorphotography.net ...
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SAIDA

A distribution system reliability measure of the system average interruption duration index. It is commonly measured in customer minutes of interruption and is commonly used as an electric service performance metric.
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Saïda

city, northwestern Algeria, on the southern slopes of the Tell Atlas and the northern fringe of the High Plateaus (Hauts Plateaux). The city`s site ...
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Saida

Saida is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Saida

Saida is an Arabic name for girls. The meaning is `princess` The name Saida is most commonly given to French girls. (5 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Sadie (English) The name sounds like: Sada, Sade, Sadia, Saidie, Saidey, Saidee, Sadah, Zayda, Zada See also: Sadie
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Saida

Saida, Lebanon: see Sidon.
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